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Low Town


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A thrilling introduction to the world of the widely acclaimed Low Town trilogy.

Rigus is the greatest city in the Thirteen Lands, a glittering metropolis of towering citadels and sumptuous manors, where bored nobles settle affairs of honor with cold steel, and sorcerers craft enc...

  • Author: Daniel Polansky
  • Publish Date: 2014-12-22
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    5 out of 5 people found this review helpful
    RE: Best Fantasy Books
    By: Stefan
    2013-02-23 06:28:53

    If there's one writer I hope defines fantasy in the coming decades, it's Daniel Polansky. 'Low Town' was a gripping debut novel that mixed fantasy and noir into a awesome combination. I love epic fantasy, but novels like 'Low Town' show that grittier, more intimate stories can be just as compelling, even more so in many cases (as Polansky so masterfully does). I can't wait for the sequel!

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